I think there are roughly 6000 albums that were released on SACD that are potentially all DSD-able. Most of these are jazz and classical. Some smaller music companies are producing new downloadable DSD music. And converting analog source material. Sony are certainly pushing the format hard. An hour of DSD64 takes up around 2.5gb and of DSD128 5gb.
The main issue is that music studios who want to issue DSD material, can’t (easily) mix on DSD, unless they have specialised desks and Sonoma or Pyramix workstations. Sony are loaning out such kit to studios who want it for free.
Generally these days, most studios who do want to issue new DSD material, use systems that take a DSD (effectively analog ) 1 bit stream from the given channel, convert to hi-quality PCM - mix, edit, sample and so on, and then transcode back to DSD.
I can’t help thinking that if you have analog master tapes, or an SACD DSX archive file or the original SACD source files then converting to DSD makes some kind of sense. Especially as people are saying it sounds amazing. But the logic of taking any hi quality PCM source (even if recorded in DSD) and converting it back to DSD escapes me.
The ‘path shorting’ sigma-delta modulation playback path issue notwithstanding. Google ‘DSD vs PCM’ for the full story.